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. and the amazing shrinking american budget deficit. i'll ask mitt romney's chief economic adviser whether he thinks the problem has gone away. >>> also, as america prepares to draw down from afghanistan, what can it learn from britain's withdrawal 170 years ago? i'll ask theauthor of a great new book. >>> next, a look into the crystal ball of technology with google's executive chairman eric schmit. a sure fire plan to reduce carbon dioxide emissions. how so? stay tuned. >>> first, here is my take. conservatives are, of course, mad at barack obama. we'll talk about the various scandals in a moment, but they're also mad at a country that isn't mad enough at him. this frustration is now taking over main stream and intelligent voices within the conservative movement and about broader issues than benghazi. brett stevens, the columnist for "wall street journal" lementes that president obama is not paying a price for a foreign policy that he, stevens, describes as isolationist. now, isolationism will come as a surprise to the diplomat soldiers and intelligence officers working on america's vast foreign po
] >>> shrinking deficit projections are causing the street to rethink the program. steve liesman joins us on why it is more leakly. interesting after tepper's comments. >> right in line, the budget deficit increasingly seen as a catalyst for the fed to reduce its purchases of bonds to drive down interest rates. david tepper on squawk box yesterday flagging the problem faced by the fed. declining deficit means the governor will be selling less paper. the less paper the governor sel sells. right on cue, revising downward the fiscal yore 2013 by more than $200 billion from the earlier forecast to $642 billion. that compares with the deficit in fy 2012 with 1.2 million. the fed plans to buy more than $1 million a month in mortgages and that plan remains unchanged at least for now. credit suisse, the new deficit projections raise the sustainability of the purchase. we still look for a tapering with the risk and the small cut say $10 billion come sooner. ubs says the fed could find itself paying more than 100%. in order to maintain a stable accommodation of the qe, the fed would need to reduce their r
. the deficit is getting smaller. a lot smaller. the congressional budget office says it will be $400 million less than the trillion dollars deficit last year. it's down because of higher taxes. a 60 billion check to the government from fannie and freddie. there's a down side for those of us who want the government to get its finances in order, this takes the wind out of the sails of the spending, cutting movement. maybe the deficit news helped stocks, another record close for the dow, 19th this year and same story for the s&p 500, the 14th he record there this year. we're looking at a flat to slightly lower opening today, but that happened yesterday and we still went up 120 by the close. stay tuned. and suddenly, it seems that president obama's second term agenda is unravelling. and the mainstream media have turned on the administration. big government seriously questioned, my, have times have changed. in just ten days. here is the the all-government, all the time president speaking the at ohio state may the 5th. >> unfortunately, you've grown up hearing voices that incessantly worn the gove
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